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What Does Yoga Do For You?

What Does Yoga Do For You?

March 26, 2013 | No Comments

AUGMENT YOUR WORKOUT WITH A NEXT-GENERATION GREENS SUPPLEMENT Yoga is one of the most popular physical workouts, and its reputation only seems to grow every year. Millions of people are attracted to yoga’s gentle style and philosophy of balancing mental, physical and spiritual practice. But for someone who wants to build muscle or burn fat, [...]

Crawfish Health Benefits

BOOST METABOLISM WITH METABO 223 X It’s spring, which means that for much of the United States, it’s crawfish season. Crawfish, also known as mudbugs, crayfish and crawdads, are freshwater crustaceans similar to shrimp, but larger. They also happen to be lip-smackingly good eating, and attending a crawfish boil is both a much-anticipated delicacy and [...]

Workout of the Week: Balancing

ADD A PRE-WORKOUT SHAKE OR POST-WORKOUT DRINK TO YOUR REGIMEN Every once in a while it’s fun to try something different in your workout. Most of us get told over and over that we need to exercise, but the thought of running on the treadmill and lifting weights doesn’t always have a lot of appeal. [...]

Capsaicin Health Benefits: Is Spicy Food Good for You?

In the West, many people can’t handle much spice in their food. But that doesn’t stop people from trying, especially because spicy food is reputed to be good for you. So is it true? And what’s the best way to get the benefits? The truth is that spicy food has numerous health benefits. The active [...]

How to Work Out Gently

How to Work Out Gently

February 28, 2013 | No Comments

Exercise is the key to fitness. Every doctor recommends regular exercise, typically 30 minutes a day. This level of exercise is good for the heart, helps lower blood pressure, reduces your waistline, lowers risk of diabetes and improves your chance at longevity. However, not everyone is able to exercise the same way. For some people, [...]

How to Set Weight-Loss Goals You Can Reach

Maybe this scene will look familiar to you. You’ve decided you need to lose some weight. This time it’s for real. You read about a new diet, one that you really think you can follow. You bought your new jogging shoes or joined a gym and you you’re going to commit to 30 minutes a [...]

How to Keep a Fitness Journal

Getting in shape doesn’t have to be hard. Often, people make it much harder than it needs to be by approaching it as if it’s a matter of pure willpower. Often this means burning out after a few weeks or months, or seeing all of your hard work undone when you start to fall back [...]

Four Ways to Get More Antioxidants

Four Ways to Get More Antioxidants

February 6, 2013 | No Comments

Antioxidants are all the rage in the fitness world. Everything from energy drinks to health bars emphasize how many antioxidants they have. But what do antioxidants do for your body that makes them so valuable, and how do you get enough in your diet? The buzz over antioxidants is actually well-founded. Antioxidants are naturally occurring [...]

How Kale Boosts Any Diet

How Kale Boosts Any Diet

January 30, 2013 | No Comments

You probably know that certain foods are good for you; what is it that makes them good choices? What exactly do certain foods do for you, that other foods don’t? One veggie that’s been getting a lot of attention by nutritionists and fitness pros lately is kale. Kale seems to be showing up more and [...]

Healthy Friendships, Healthy Eating: How to Stick to Your Diet

You started with the best intentions. You planned what you’d be eating and how much you can have. You thought about how to work this into your everyday life, and so far – so far! – you’ve been sticking to it. (Well, mostly). And now you’re going out to dinner. Or it could be a [...]